Fans of the late Princess Diana placed tributes outside the gates of her Kensington Palace home on Wednesday, marking the 25th anniversary of her death in a Paris car accident.
An arrangement of white chrysanthemums spelling out “Princess Diana” sat among dozens of photos and messages left by admirers, some of whom said they make annual pilgrimages to the spot to remember the tragedy.
“We just come here, do the memorial and, you know, we just chat about things that she used to do, you know, to let people know that we will never forget the princess, we will never forget what she’s done,” said Julie Cain, 59, who travelled 480 kilometres from Newcastle in northern England. “We just want her legacy kept, like, going as long as possible.”
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